Wal-Mart, Toys ‘R’ Us and Target stores in Dallas opened their doors to massive crowds Thanksgiving evening.
It’s been said that the early bird gets the worm—but, who cares about worms when retailers are offering great deals on electronics?
As you gear up for Black Friday, retailers are doing the same.
Not all North Texas shoppers are waiting for Black Friday. Some of them are beating the rush and saving money in the process.
Toys, televisions, laptops — oh, my! The flurry of Black Friday ads are enough to make your head spin. What to buy? Where to shop? And when to get in line?
Black Friday is still more than three days away, but some people in west Dallas have already set up tents in front of a Best Buy store. The question is “why?”
Problems continue to mount for JCPenney. Large stock drops followed reports of a $123 million loss last quarter. And now, the company is making interesting moves regarding holiday sales.
Black Friday is the biggest shopping day of the year. Here’s how to get the most out of your shopping trip.
Dallas Police are making a familiar petition for a hit-and-run driver to come forward: Another man has been killed in the Oak Lawn area, three blocks from where a 55-year-old was killed on Nov. 3.
Some fifty million Americans visited online retail sites on Friday. They’re about to break that record today, scoring the Internet for Web-only deep discounts and special promotions.
Retailers rang up record sales on Black Friday as shoppers spent an estimated $11.4 billion dollars – nearly a billion dollars more than last year. Now, businesses are gearing up for similar sales on Cyber Monday. All online.
On Saturday, small businesses found their answer to the madness of holiday shopping: The second-annual Small Business Saturday.